by ValueChampion Whether you no longer have use for a car or you are looking to upgrade your current vehicle, here are 5 things you should do in order to maximise the resale value of your car. From the exorbitant prices to the costly insurance and maintenance costs, it’s no secret that cars in Singapore are extremely expensive to own. That’s …Read More »
Daily Archives: 2018-09-27
Repeal of 377a: An infringement on the rights of a minority, and unacceptable in the premise of an avowedly secular state
by TituStay With the recent buzz vis-à-vis the review of the Penal Code of Singapore and the status quo of Section 377A of the Penal Code, both pro and anti LGBTQ camps have put forth their arguments on why 377A should be repealed or kept. Whilst I am not part of the LGBTQ community, nor do I actively support it, …Read More »
Has the prevalent attitude of fear for “higher ups” and authorities contributed to the largest cyber security breach to ever hit Singapore?
Reading a report on Channel News Asia that an Integrated Health Information Systems (IHiS) employee hesitated before reporting a suspected breach made me wonder if the prevalent attitude of fear for “higher ups” and authorities has contributed to the largest cyber security breach to ever hit Singapore? CNA reported the testimony of Han Hann Kwang, IHiS’ assistant director for infrastructure …Read More »
An American friend recently remarked that he found it astonishing that Singaporeans so frequently debate and dissect how much money their political leaders get paid. This is a topic that is seldom talked about in his country and almost anywhere else around the world. But we are in a unique situation where the Prime Minister of our country is paid …Read More »